Calcium Oxalate Stones Recipes & Feeding Guide

Dog Nutritionist-approved
Ready for immediate download
Overview of calcium oxalate stones
Symptoms and treatment guide
Suggested natural supplements
Complete with recipes

£29.95

Calcium Oxalate Stones Recipes & Feeding Guide

Dog Nutritionist-approved
Ready for immediate download
Overview of calcium oxalate stones
Symptoms and treatment guide
Suggested natural supplements
Complete with recipes

£29.95

Dog food for calcium oxalate stones

Calcium oxalate stones are the second most common type of urinary stone found in dogs. There was a time when calcium oxalate stones in dogs were considered treatable only through veterinary intervention. Surgery to remove the stones. That was problematical though since the stones generally reappeared within 3 years. Today though, there are dietary means through which you can treat your dog’s calcium oxalate stones. A specific low oxalate, dog food for calcium oxalate stones created by a dog nutritionist who understands canine nutrition.

Supplementation is a key element of effectively dealing with calcium oxalate stones in dogs. A good quality, fresh, low-oxalate diet, appropriate supplementation and ensuring you keep your dog exceptionally well hydrated. All will go a long way to keeping your dog free of calcium oxalate stones.

Breed disposition

Certain dog breeds are considered to have a greater disposition towards developing calcium oxalate stones than others. These include:

Bichon Frises
Lhasa Apsos
Miniature Poodles
Miniature Schnauzers
Shih Tzus
Yorkshire Terriers

About this guide

This guide will help you create a homemade dog food for calcium oxalate stones which will benefit your dog. It comes complete with details on how to put together a homemade diet for your dog, a list of the ingredients you can use, and several recipes you can use to try and keep calcium oxalate stones at bay. Importantly, it also contains information on the essential supplements you will need to add to your dog’s diet. These supplments are vital if you wish to control your best friend’s calcium oxalate stones.

If I can help with your dog calcium oxalate stones, please book a consultation. Medication should be a last resort for your dog. Steroids are not the solution. They come with serious side-effects. Dietary intervention comes with no side-effects and can only benefit your best friend.

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